Hire a Carey Business School student
Our grads don't look to the future, they build it.
Johns Hopkins Carey Business School students are innovators, entrepreneurs, and creative problem solvers. They bring diverse backgrounds, nationalities, and experiences, and they have stellar academic records. They are optimists eager to foster an era of productivity, transparency, and ethical behavior in all business.
Through our experiential learning approach, Carey Business School students benefit from participating in activities on campus, in the community, and around the world to gain core competencies:
Students work on projects in emerging markets around the globe in Innovation for Humanity.
Teaming and leadership.
Students have the opportunity to gain experience from Leadership Development Expeditions around the world.
The Community Consulting Lab brings together inter-disciplinary teams of students to work with local businesses and organizations and help solve their business needs.
Carey Business School student organizations are committed to fostering leadership, building professional networks, and growing practical business skills and industry knowledge.
Advanced analytical skills.
Carey Business School STEM designated coursework prepares students to analyze large data sets and meet technological changes in the workplace.
Carey Business School students compete against other top business schools in national competitions.
First place case competitions wins from Carey Business School include:
- IBM Technology
- US Chamber of Commerce
- CFA Institute Research Challenge
- Kellogg Biotech and Healthcare
- MIT Sloan's 15th Annual Operations Simulation Challenge
- NC State Grand Business Challenge
- Venture Capital Investment
- Yale Healthcare
With over 3,000 students enrolled in full and part-time MBA and specialized master’s programs, our diverse student population can help you build for what’s next.
- 2,305 total students
- 50 percent male
- 50 percent female
- 14 percent underrepresented minorities
- 43 percent full-time students
- 57 percent part-time students
Read more about what our students are up to on the Carey Business School blog.